A local government-funded college in Olongapo City, Philippines. It was founded on February 24, 1999 by virtue of City Ordinance No. 9, and is composed of four colleges: College of Computer Studies; College of Business and Accountancy; College of Education Arts and Sciences; College of Allied Health Studies. Other academic units include the Institute of Graduate Studies, Technical-Vocational Unit, and Senior High School
By 2025, the College envisions to be a premier local institution of higher learning in Region 3 committed to the holistic development of the human person and society.
To produce well-trained, skilled, dynamic, and competitive individuals imbued with values and attitudes responsive to the changing needs of the local, national and global communities.
posted on: July 26, 2019
Do you want to pursue a career in the midwifery field but are worried of the tuition cost?
The Department of Health (DOH) created the Midwifery Scholarship under the Pre-Service Program of the Philippines (MSPP) in support to the goals and strategies of the FOURmula One (F1) Plus for Health and the goals of Universal Health Coverage, the DOH ensures that health care services are available, accessible and affordable to marginalized and vulnerable population of the country by providing free tertiary education for deserving students. The DOH believes that a key aspect in health service delivery is ensuring adequate number of Human Resource for Health. It aims to increase the availability of midwives who shall provide basic health care services to the un-served, underserved, hard to reach, economically underdeveloped, distressed, conflict and GIDA of the country (DOH, 2019). ...read more
Selected faculty members of Gordon College recently participated in the conduct of the Association of Local Colleges and Universities Region 3 Research Council’s (ALCU R3 RC) Regional Research Seminar held on January 25, 2019 at the City College of Angeles, Angeles City, Pampanga. GC delegates were headed by College President and ALCU Region III Auditor Dr. Imelda DP. Soriano, Research Development and Community Extension Services Vice President ...read more
The 1st College of Education, Arts and Sciences (CEAS) Research Forum 2018 was held on August 30, 2018 at the Gordon College Function Hall. Organized by CEAS, the Research Development Office, and the CEAS-Supreme Student Council, the Forum was participated by senior Education students who took up their research course during the second semester of academic year 2017-2018. ...read more
Gordon College students took part in the recently concluded 1st Regional Students Research Colloquium organized by the Association of Local Colleges and Universities Region III Research Council (ALCU R3 RC) with the theme, “Strengthening a Culture of Research through Students’ Empowerment in the 21st Century.” Participated by various schools in the region, the Colloquium was held last November 28, 2018 ...read more
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